|Hello, fellow profile snooper,|
I'm sure you've come here to learn more about me and my writing style. Well, there's not much to say for myself that you don't know: I carry a special - near obsessive - fondness for Doctor Who, I use writing as therapy for both real world troubles and the heartache brought on by Moffat, and I love to travel. Okay, maybe you didn't know the last one for sure, but I think it can be inferred from my love of this show.
As for my writing style, I have only one word: slow. I edit things to death, then send them off to friends to be edited some more; I'm never quite satisfied. But, what makes it to the end - and there are a LOT of stories that don't for one reason or another - I post for my like-minded Whovians who want just a little more than the show is willing to give us.
I don't expect to write a lot of stories for Doctor Who, and will most likely stick to oneshots/twoshots because trying to write a longer story. . .well, takes longer. I've tried. I've even had some really good ideas. But, my muse doesn't stick around as long as I need her to to sustain me through the writing/editing process. So, that 50,000 word NaNoWriMo project I feverishly wrote in a month? Scraped. Sadly it has happened more than once. Maybe someday that will change.
I hope you enjoy the ramblings I share. And I'm always up for a debate on WHO's different 'ships.' I suppose, if forced to choose, I would pick Rose and 10 as my OTP; however, I can fall in love with just about any companion and any Doctor. My writing, so far, isn't overly shippy though. I like realism. Ironic, I know.
Thanks for stopping by!